Golden Triangle

Hola Mohalla Tour Punjab



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4-5 stars

Travel Duration

11 Days / 10 Nights

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Hola Mohalla Tour – Punjab

A Tour of Sikh Heritage festival of Hola Mohalla. Witness the glory of Khalsa at Hola Mohalla Sikh Festival in Anandpur Saahib, Where millions of Sikh meet to celebrate a historical event at the day of Holi. They perform the Martial Art and Other traditional Activites in the stadium and around the temple, Then move towards the city of Golden Temple Amritsar and Other Main cities of Punjab. Tour will be concluded in Shekhawati region of Rajasthan known for its colourful houses called havelis. Once, part of Silk Route These Havelis are now in ruined State. An open museum under the sky.

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Day 1

Arrive Delhi

The Tour will start at 10 AM in the Morning. If You happen to be arriving in the Morning on Tour Starting Date Our Representative will come and pick you up at the airport. Else we could pick you From Your Hotel in Delhi too.

Arrival in Delhi. You will be greeted by MTA representative and Escorted to your Hotel (Rooms will be available after 12 Noon). Later, embark in your guided tour of Delhi. Visit Old Delhi and the Friday Mosque i.e. Jama Masjid, from where you can admire the imposing Red Fort. Take a rickshaw Ride and pass through the hustle and bustle of the old Bazaar. Visit the Sikh temple & its kitchen, which brings us closer to this particular religion and where every day are prepared hundreds of meals to anyone who needs it. Panoramic Tour of the colonial Delhi and its government buildings and the famous India Gate. Visit the archeological site of Qutub Minar. Dinner & Overnight at Delhi

Inclusions: Accommodation, Dinner, Transport, Tourist Guide, Entrance fees, Assistance

Highlights: Old Delhi, Jama Masjid, India Gate, Sikh Temple, Rickshaw Ride, Colonial Delhi, Qutub Minar

Please Note : Hotel Checkin would be After the sightseeing.


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Day 2

Delhi – Chandigarh – Nalagarh - Anandpur Sahib

Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to railway station to board train to Chandigarh. Leave for Chandigarh by Kalka Shatabdi Express (0740/ 1105hr). On arrival, visit the Rock Garden. You may enjoy holi festival in city of Chandigarh. An embodiment of imagination and novelty, the Rock Garden is a rare scenario, which cannot be equated with anything else. Only one of its kinds, the garden is put up with the urban and industrial wastes. This wonderful artwork is the innovative creation of Nek Chand, a former Road Inspector in Chandigarh. Molded in the form of an open-air exhibition hall, Rock Garden is spread over an expanse of 64 acres. Later, leave for Anandpur Saahib (90km/ 01:30hr). On arrival in Anandpur Saahib, check-in at the hotel. Dinner at the hotel.

Inclusions: Train, Accommodation, Breakfast, Dinner, Transport, Tourist Guide, Entrance fees

Highlights: Rock Garden


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Day 3

Hola Mohalla Festival Celebration

Early breakfast at the hotel. Full day excursion to Anandpur Sahib to witness Hola Mohalla celebrations. Anandpur Sahib is one of the most important shrines of the Sikhs. The historic Gurudwara witnessed the birth of the Khalsa 300 years ago and has continued to be the venue for significant religious and political gatherings. It was on the Baisakhi day in 1699 that Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji baptised the ‘Panj Pyaras’ at Anandpur Sahib at the place where Takht Sri Kesgarh Sahib stands. Anandpur Sahib comes to life every year on the occasion of Hola Mohalla. This tradition dates back to the times of the 10th Guru, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji. The Guru decided that the occasion of the festival of Holi, fun and frolic and colour splashing, be the occasion for the display of the martial spirit of his people and he gave this festival of Holi a more masculine name of HOLA MOHALLA. Each year HolaMohalla marks the congregation of lacs of devotees from all over the country for a festival of colour and gaiety. The Nihangs (members of Guru’s army) in their colourful attire are the greatest attraction for the people visiting the Hola Mohalla. In deep blue robes with saffron girdles, high conical turbans decorated with steel rings, flowing beards, twisted moustaches, the nihangs enact mock battles on this occasion armed with spears and swords. Their army halts at many places to show off their art of fencing, tent-pegging and jousting to thousands of people gathered from all over the country at Anandpur Sahib on the occasion of Hola Mohalla. Evening, Back to Hotel. Dinner & Overnight Stay.

Inclusions: Accommodation, Breakfast, Dinner, Transport, Tourist Guide

Highlights: Enjoy the Holi festival

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Day 4

Anandpur Saahib – Amritsar (225 Km, 4-5 Hours)

Breakfast at the hotel. Leave for Amritsar. On arrival in Amritsar, check-in at the hotel. The city of Amritsar is a glittering showcase of compound traditions and secular culture. A thriving city with important devout centers and historical sites Amritsar exhibits a glorious past, magnificent present and a hopeful future. A synonym of Sikh religion, every pious Sikh desires to be hallowed with a pilgrimage to Amritsar and to have a divine bath at the Golden Temple. A visit to Amritsar is supposed to cleanse the soul of the pilgrim dinner at the hotel. After dinner, attend “Palki Sahib” ceremony at the Golden Temple at 21:30 hrs. Every night, the Granth Sahib is carried in procession along this bridge to its “bed” in the Akal Takht, the seat of the Sikh parliament (built 1609). Called the Palki Sahib, this nightly ceremony provides a chance for all male pilgrims and visitors to actively participate in the veneration of the Holy Book. Lines form in front of and behind the heavy palanquin and each man shoulders the burden for a few seconds before passing it along, forming a human conveyer belt that allows everyone to participate and everyone to rest. The ceremony usually takes place at 11pm in summer at 9:30pm in winter. Dinner &Overnight in Amritsar.

Inclusions: Accommodation, Breakfast, Dinner, Transport, Tourist Guide, Entrance fees

Highlights: Palki Sahib ceremony at the Golden Temple

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Day 5


Breakfast at the hotel. Sightseeing tour of the City visiting the Golden temple, Durgiana temple and Jallianwala Bagh. Optional Lunch at the community kitchen ‘Langar’ at Golden Temple. The holiest abode of the Sikhs all over the world, the Golden Temple at Amristar is popularly called as the Sri Harmandir Sahib. The idea behind this sacred shrine was conceived by Guru Arjan Sahib, who himself designed the structure of the temple. A Muslim saint Hazrat Mian Mir ji of Lahore laid the foundation of Golden Temple on 1st December, 1588. The holy abode of goddess Durga in Amritsar, Durgiana temple resemblance the golden temple in its structural design. It is considered as one among the holiest temples in the city and it dates back to the 16th century. Intricately carved paintings of goddess Durga in her various incarnations are the significant feature of this marvelous shrine. Jallianwala Bagh is a sprawling memory of the great tragedy, which evokes the patriotic spirit in every Indian. It was here, that the worst massacre in the entire history of Indian freedom struggle took place in the year 1919. To commemorate the murder of the innocent people a memorial was constructed at the site of the gruesome bump off. Late afternoon: Excursion to Wagah border to witness ‘Beating the Retreat’ Ceremony. The international borderline between India and Pakistan, Wagah is always been in the news headlines of both countries. Convoluted buildings, barriers and roads mark both sides of the border. The fencing between the borders is electrified with a high voltage. Evenings in this army out post is very charming and colourful with the “Beating the Retreat” ceremony. The pageantry and pomp, and the change of guard with in a short expanse make an appealing spectacle, which grabs large gathering. After visits, return to hotel. Dinner & Overnight Stay.

Inclusions: Accommodation, Breakfast, Dinner, Transport, Tourist Guide, Entrance fees

Highlights: Golden Temple, Jalianwala Bagh, Wagah border

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Day 6

Amritsar – Tarn Taran – Faridkot – Batinda (265km/ 07hr)

Breakfast at the hotel. Morning: Leave for Bhatinda visiting Shri Tarn Taran Sahib temple and Gurdwara Tilla Baba Farid at Faridkot enroute. Arrive Bhatinda and visit the Bhatinda Fort. Later check-in at the hotel. Dinner at the hotel. Gurudwara Tilla Baba Farid is an old building located near Qilla Mubarak, Faridkot. It is an important place of worship for Sikhs in the country. Many travelers and devotees visit this place. On every Thursday followers of Sikh religion offer prayers and pay respect to the great Sufi Saint, Baba Farid. Shabad Kirtan (Sikh Sacred Music) is rendered and Langer (community kitchen, which serves food for all, started by Guru Nanak) is served every day to the devotees and tourists who visit this place. It is believed that Baba Farid (the Great Sufi Saint) meditated here for 40 days before proceeding to Pakapattan. A sacred piece of wood is preserved here. It is believed that Baba Farid wiped the piece of wood with his hands and covered it with mud. Tarn Taran Sahib Gurudwara was founded by the fifth Sikh Guru Shri Guru Arjan Dev Ji (1563– 1606). He laid the foundation of Sri Tarn Taran Sahib Temple. In 1947, the year of the partition of India and the partition of Punjab, Tarn Taran was the only tehsil (district) in Punjab along with Shiekhupura, Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Hoshiapur, Kapurthala, Amritsar, Lyallpur, Patiala with a majority Sikh population. The city was the center of Sikh insurgency during the 1980s and early 1990s. Tarn Taran Sahib was suggested as the capital of Khalistan, the proposed Sikh independent nation. The main occupation in this area is agriculture and agroindustry with very few other industries. Tarn Taran district was formed in 2006. The declaration to this effect was made by Captain Amrinder Singh, Ex-Chief Minister of Punjab, during celebrations marking the martyrdom day of Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji. With this, it became the 19th district of Punjab. It is believed that Rao Bhatti established the modern town of Bathinda in the Lakhi jungle area in the third century, and it was captured from him by the Brars. Bala Rao Bhatti inhabited the city in 965 AD, naming it Bhatti vinda after his surname. The city also remained the capital of Raja Jaipal. Later the name of the city was changed to Bhatinda. It is now known as Bhatinda. Overnight in Bhatinda.

Inclusions: Accommodation, Breakfast, Dinner, Transport, Tourist Guide, Entrance fees

Highlights: Shri Tarn Taran Sahib temple, Gurdwara Tilla Baba Farid, Bhatinda Fort

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Day 7

Bhatinda – Agroha – Alsisar (225km/ 6 to 7 hrs including visit)

Breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, leave for Alsisar visiting enroute visit Agroha and its temple of Agrasen. On arrival in Alsisar, check-in at the hotel. Dinner at the hotel. Three thousand years back, Agroha was the kingdom of Maharaja Agrasen. The Agroha Mound is situated about 1.5 km away from the present Agroha village. Buried under this mound are the remains of the ancient town. Its excavation was started in the year 1888-89. It was at this time that people came to know about this great kingdom. Agroha is situated in the district of Haryana and in it lies buried the ruins of the capital of the Agroha State. The ancient Agroha town existed some hundred years before the Kushan dynasty. Once the state was renowned for its prosperity. As time passed it could not stand the invasions of Greeks, Yavanas and Hunas. The invasions led to the migration of Agroha residents to other parts of India like Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Malwa. The people got the common name Aggarwals meaning people from Agroha. From the excavations it is clear that below the mounds existed a big, well planned and progressive town. Large number of silver and bronze coins of different shapes and sizes have been discovered from the excavated site. The scripts on the coins prove that they belong to different periods. Statues made of stone and sand were also excavated from the sites. Utensils belonging to the 2nd century BC were also found. Sheela Mata Shakti Mandir is a temple of Tri-Shakti. Tri-Shakti means “the three powers” and combined together refers to three Goddesses: Maha Durga, Maha Laxmi, and Maha Saraswati. The three powers also represent the cosmic energy of the three forms of the supreme God. They indeed are the female aspect of the same forms of the God. The temple was constructed with red stone. It has been designed on the Rajasthani Architectural pattern. The main architect for the temple was Mr. Harshad Chavda from Ahmedabad. The main dome of the temple is 85ft above the ground. Under the main dome is the Madhi of Sheela Mata. In the Main Temple Complex Idols (Murtis) of Ma Durga, Ma Laxmi, and Ma Saraswati are placed. In addition there are 4 smaller temples built around the main temple. Overnight in Alsisar.

Inclusions: Accommodation, Breakfast, Dinner, Transport, Tourist Guide, Entrance fees

Highlights: Agroha and its temples

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Day 8


Breakfast at the hotel. Morning: Visit Gangiasar village of Qaim Khani Muslims. Qaim Khanis Muslims are muslim rajputs. Khem khanis trace their lineage to the Hindu Rajput Prince Karam Chand who was converted to Islam by the orders of King Firoze Shah Tughlaq along with two of his brothers. Prince Karam Chand was re-christened Qaim Khan. The Khemkhani Rajputs are descendents of Qaim Khan. Later Visit the painted havelis of the region. After the visits, return to hotel. Dinner at the hotel. Overnight in Alsisar.

Inclusions: Accommodation, Breakfast, Dinner, Transport, Tourist Guide, Entrance fees

Highlights: Gangiasar village of Qaim Khani Muslims

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Day 9

Alsisar – Nawalgarh (70km, 02 – 03 hr)

Breakfast at the hotel. Morning: Leave for Nawalgarh by surface. Afternoon: Visit the painted havelis of the region. Return to hotel after visits. Dinner at the hotel. Nawalgarh is a town located in the Sekawati region and the town is known for its many havelis that are located in most places around the town. The havelis are built on a large scale and one can see many frescoes and paintings on them. The town is one of the few places that many of these are still very well preserved. Overnight in Nawalgarh

Inclusions: Accommodation, Breakfast, Dinner, Transport, Tourist Guide, Entrance fees

Highlights: Painted havelis

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Day 10

Nawalgarh – Delhi (280km, 06 – 07 hr)

Breakfast at the hotel and leave for Delhi by surface. Arrival in Delhi. Dinner and transfer to International airport to board onward flight. (check post accommodation charges & transfer if required)

Inclusions: Breakfast, Dinner, Transport

Please Note : Please Note That you will be Dropped at the Airport or any other location of your choice. Please Plan Accordingly your Onward Journey.


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In accordance to the COVID 19 pandemic all our tours are operated with all precautionary measures including SANITIZED CARS AND HOTELS/COMPLIMENTARY SANITIZERS/MASKS (Your safety is our priority)

  • Hola Mohalla Sikh Festival. Martial Art Activities during the fest.
  • Amritsar, The Golden Temple. Palki Ceremony in the evening.
  • Retreat Ceremony at Bagha Border near Amritsar.
  • Painted Havelis of Shekhawati.
  • An unexplored part of India.

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Since recently (August 2013) both on intercontinental flights and on internal flights, the companies are very strict in calculating the weight of the baggage and each additional kilogram is subjected to an extra payment according to the rules of the company itself. In this regard, we report the scheme concerning the baggage allowance for the economy class granted by each airline for flights within India and between India and Nepal:



Hand Baggage Weight

Checkin Luggage Weight

Air India

7 kg + Laptop

15 kg

Jet Airways

7 kg + Laptop

15 kg

Indigo & Spice Jet

7 kg + Laptop

15 kg

Go Air

7 kg + Laptop

15 kg

Jet Lite

7 kg + Laptop

15 kg


The company has the right to apply an extra cost for each kilogram exceeding the above, (indicatively from 4 to 8-euro per kg).



For the entire duration of the group tour, starting from your arrival in India, you will be assisted by a Tour Escort or local Guide (for individual tourists) in each city who will take care of every technical-organizational detail. The tour escort will also act as a local guide in the cities for which he is licensed. In the others he will be accompanied by a local foreign speaking guide or English-speaking guide as per the provisions of the Indian government. In the latter case, he will provide for the translation.

In many cities of India, in fact, there are no local guides speaking foreign languages (especially in southern India, central India and some parts of Rajasthan), or there are few.



We remind you that passport, telephone and valuable accessories in general must always be kept by the passenger and never left unattended, as no service facility takes charge of any loss/theft during the tour. It is also good to have all the emergency bank numbers with you in case of need.



In India, tipping is a custom rooted in local custom. The amount of tips is at the discretion of the passengers, but as a rule they are in the local custom. In restaurants it is customary to leave 10% of the bill as a tip.


A basic tip:

For half day drive with driver Rs. 300/ full day Rs. 500.

For porters Rs. 70 per bag

For Half Day Local Guide Rs. 500/ Full Day Rs. 800

Per Day Escorts Rs. 1000


(The amount is in total and refers to a group of 2/3 people, it can be increased if you are traveling in a group with more people)

For groups, even small in number but with tour escorts, it is advisable to give the guide a sum at the beginning of the tour (approximately 40/45 euros for 7/9 day tours) and he will distribute them appropriately, thus avoiding boring and continuous collections.

N.B. (This figure does not include a possible tip for the companion)



The rooms are available until 12.00 on the day of departure. In India there is no day use system, therefore if the rooms want to be kept until departure they will have to be paid for the entire following night.



We inform you that the check-in procedure can take place via online check-in, which can be implemented from the airlines' websites or via the automatic check-in devices specifically installed at the airport.



The most pleasant season runs from mid-November to March, with moderate heat and low rainfall. The maximum temperatures vary from 27° to 30°, the minimums from 16° to 22°. In March the temperatures begin to rise with highs reaching 38°. The month of August records the peak of the monsoon season (from June to October) which invests the south-western regions with rainfall that varies in intensity according to the areas, limited in some to severe thunderstorms. In October and in the first half of November the south-eastern part of India is affected by a north-east monsoon.



Clothing must take into account the period and the regions where you go. In southern India, light clothing can be worn all year round, without forgetting long trousers and long-sleeved shirts to protect against insects. During visits to the temples, excessively small clothing should be avoided. For those traveling to the northern regions, warmer clothing is needed, as the temperature can approach freezing in winter. In the desert region of Rajasthan the temperature varies a lot between day and night.



In India the variety of handicraft production is practically infinite. Indian muslins, canvases, silks and brocades have enjoyed worldwide fame since ancient times and have been appreciated for the quality of the fabric, the beauty and resistance of the colors, the originality of the designs. Even today the brightly colored silk saris, embroidered or woven with gold or silver threads, the brocades of Varanasi as well as the cottons of Rajasthan, the wool or wool and silk carpets of Kashmir and Uttar Pradesh are renowned. The manufacture of fabrics is just one aspect of the varied and rich Indian craftsmanship which ranges from wood carving (teak, sandalwood, rosewood, ebony) spread almost everywhere, especially in Karnataka, to Agra marble inlays or the stone sculptures of Orissa, from ceramics to hand-painted lacquers, from brass and copper pottery to bamboo and leather objects. The skill of the Indians in the cutting and processing of semi-precious and precious stones has been known since ancient times. Haggling in the bazaars is common practice.

Do not buy souvenirs that cost animals their lives or harm nature.



It is recommended to drink only bottled or boiled water (found in almost all restaurants and hotels). Carefully avoid tap water and ice in drinks. It is advisable to consume only well-cooked foods and packaged foods, avoiding raw vegetables and fruit that cannot be peeled.



In India there is a great variety of doctors practicing the most diverse forms of therapy and the only hospital in Europe is located in Delhi. It is advisable to bring from Italy tablets against any gastrointestinal disorders and medicines that are difficult to find locally.



Before entering the temples, mosques and or gurdwaras it is essential to take off your shoes, generally it is allowed to keep your socks on. To avoid discomfort, do not bring leather articles of any kind with you, because they could arouse some opposition. Inside places of worship, tourists can move as they please and sometimes attend religious rites, for which it is preferable to wear modest clothes, avoiding tops, skirts and shorts. A small donation will be welcome.

The folded hands namaste is the typical Indian greeting and its use will be greatly appreciated. Especially in cities, men will gladly shake hands with tourists; in fact, this gesture is considered particularly cordial. The majority of Indian women, on the other hand, are reluctant to shake hands with a man, both Indian and foreign (a possible refusal should not be considered an offense) and are generally surprised by the informality of relations between the two sexes used in western countries. In private homes you will be welcomed as guests of honor and your lack of familiarity with local customs and traditions will be understood and accepted. If you should be tempted to eat with your fingers, remember to use onlyyour right hand.



Indian cuisine varies according to the regions, with notable differences between the southern and northern regions, but has as a common feature the wise use of spices which are used not only to flavor foods but also to aid digestion. In the north it looks remarkably like that of Middle Eastern or Central Asian countries; there is great use of chili (hot pepper), the staple food is wheat, and various types of unleavened bread are consumed, such as pooris or chappatis. The meats are quite common, naturally not beef. In the south, where the Muslim influence has been less strong, vegetarian diets prevail, and the cuisine revolves around rice, consumed in an infinite variety of ways. The highly savory taste of Indian foods is related to the blend of spices frequently used in food preparation. These mixtures (kari) can accompany various vegetables, chicken or lamb meat, fish or rice. Rogan josh (lamb curry), gishtaba (spiced meatballs with yoghurt), korna (vegetable meat-based stews) are very common in the north. In the south, various vegetable dishes are widespread, including bhujia (a vegetable curry) and along the coasts, fish dishes, the Cochin prawns are delicious. Perhaps the most common dishes throughout India are, however, the simple dhal, essentially a lentil soup, and the thali, the typical vegetarian dish, usually served on a tray with small bowls full of vegetables accompanied by large -of quantity of rice. Among the desserts, kulfi, the typical pistachio ice cream, is very common, while tropical fruit is very abundant. It is a frequent habit to conclude the meal by chewing pal, a mixture of spices, betel nuts and other powders, all wrapped up in an edible leaf. Tea is the most popular drink and some varieties of Indian tea are famous all over the world. Try the rice beer.



In India a large number of local languages are spoken, very different from region to region, among which Hindi is the official one. English represents a strong instrument of national cohesion and is very widespread, especially in hotels or in places frequented by Westerners.



Religion forms an integral part of India's complex tradition. Four of the most important faiths in the world meet on this territory: Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity and Islam and among these the first two were born in India. furthermore, this country which welcomed the Jews and the Parsees (followers of Zoroaster), who then integrated into Indian life, gave rise to Jainism, Sikhism and other innumerable cults and regional sects of lesser importance and which for centuries have acted and interacted with each other.



They usually already include exit taxes from the country. However, we recommend checking at the airport, as these are subject to change regulations.



The cellular network is active in the country, however Italian cell phones are only active in the main cities and it is therefore advisable to purchase a card locally. To call from India the area code is 0039. To call India dial 0091.



No mandatory vaccination is required for travelers from Italy. Before travelling, it is advisable to consult the competent ASL on the need to carry out vaccinations or appropriate prophylaxis. In general, subject to medical opinion, vaccinations against: diphtheria, hepatitis A and B, typhoid, tuberculosis, polio and tetanus booster are recommended. However, we recommend checking the Viaggiare Sicuri website at the link



The legal tender in India is the Indian Rupee. It is advisable to have currency in US dollars especially for entrances, Euros are also welcome. No Indian currency can be brought into the country or exported, while any amount of foreign currency can be imported. It is very complicated to exchange the Rupee in another currency, so it is advisable to buy in such quantities as to no longer have liquids in local currency at the time of departure. Credit cards, preferably from the VISA circuit, are accepted both in authorized shops and in hotels in large cities, where automated bank branches can also be used.



Our Staff

Our guides and professional escorts have experience in the area and in-depth cultural preparation. We can provide Guides in differenr languages also in most of the sectors but in some areas there shall be only english speaking Guides available, Such as Ladakh and the Himalayan areas, Kindly do check it with our travel experts regarding the availabiluty.


Means of transport

Our organization boasts a large fleet of new generation air-conditioned means of transport: from standard or deluxe cars (2/3 pax) to Overland vehicles (2/3 pax); from minibuses (4/8 pax) to grand tour buses (10/40 pax), with professional English speaking drivers, always attentive to the needs of travelers. The roads that connect the main cities of India are generally good. Indian Traffic conditions limit the transfer times to an average of 50 km per hour.


Hotels and tented camps

In Indian Subcontinent, the official category of hotels does not guarantee international standards and does not always correspond to the expectations of the traveler. The structures that MTA chooses, from luxury hotels, to Heritage Hotels (former residences of the Maharajas), to lower category hotels, are periodically supervised by our staff. In the Himalayan areas of Ladakh, hotels are provided among the best existing and standard tented camps with limited comfort, where a good spirit of adaptation is required.



The Major airports where International flights Land are Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Almost all of the major International Airliens have theor scheduled flights from these cities. including Swiss, Emirates, Qatar Airways, Turkish Airlines, BrusselsAirlines and Etihad.


Personalized trips

Our Product Managers are available to travelers to develop personalized itineraries (for individuals or groups) and offer ad hoc programming, designed with maximum flexibility and with smallest details, for those who want to immerse themselves in the magic and spirituality of " Land of the Gods” outside the classic Itineraries or with programs already present in the catalog. MTA is also available to develop personalized travels in cinema, nature, sports, honeymoons, incentive travel, business tourism and medical tourism in India.


India Visa

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